Young Dolph’s new music video, “Baller Alert”Â premiered on The FADER and shows us how to achieve the baller life by smoking a joint and throwing bills up in the air.Â “Baller Alert”Â is off his recent mixtapeÂ Gelato followed byÂ “Gelato“, “Meech”,Â andÂ Yo Gotti diss trackÂ Â “Play Wit Yo Bitch”.
Dolph released his mixtapeÂ GelatoÂ on February 2nd, featuring verses from Migos, Wiz Khalifa, and Lil Yatchy, along with production from Zaytoven, Nard & B, and among others.
Young Dolph had a successful 2016 and isn’t stopping anytime soon. His projectÂ Rich Crack BabyÂ featured T.I., Boosie Badazz, Wale, 2 Chainz, 21 Savage, and Gucci Mane with production by Zaytoven, Drumma Boy, Honorable C-Note, among others. During Dolph’s busy year,Â Rich Crack BabyÂ was his third mixtape followed byÂ Bo$$e$ and $hooter$Â andÂ King of MemphisÂ which was praised as one of the Best Projects of the Year by XXL. The rapper has collaborated in the trap world with the releases of “Run Dem Bandz” with Mista Cain, “She Will”Â with Taylor Gang’s Sosamann, andÂ “Bling Blaww Blurr”Â with Gucci Mane.
Raised in a Castalia Heights, a notorious neighborhood in South Memphis, Young Dolph surfaced into the urban music scene and accumulated aÂ mass number of fan base. Being in an environment where he was surrounded by drugs and alcohol, Dolph didn’t allow that to completely define him.
He always had a passion for music, but it wasn’t until his friends recognized his talent and suggested he take rap seriously. This lead to him dropping mixtape after mixtape. Dolph became the only independent musician to have multiple Top 20 records that included, “California”Â andÂ “Preach” and Top 40 records withÂ “Pulled Up”Â and “Make the World Go Round”.Â With the success he had with his mixtapes, Young Dolph was able to collaborate with hip-hop’s most influential artists that include: Juicy J, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, and Young Jeezy.